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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 October 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1881. 5 SOCIETY NEWS. Society Elsewhere. j CLINTON. lkxington. I B. Sterne and wile at tended the lair at Any item., of intent Miitabl for thi., d-part- j r Miss Mary Creel is visiting the Misses : St. Loi.;s. . . , aicax. fr.m J;dia or ni 'hijrins tilac.-, art- re-J Dunn in Independence. : Mrs. John Huberts i visiting Irienda ; iPrtlfully solicited. Wp want a vivacious, aetivn , p Trj!im anA ,l.,ncr,ter ,rp in St. Louis. visiting friends and relatives in St. Louis. Mrs. I. X. Jones hx-gone to Illinois' Mrs. Joel I Miles and wife, for some to visit friends. years residents of this city, have returned Miss Sadie Hart visited the St. Louis to California. ' fair last week. Mrs H. Liehlich, of New York, is. in B. L. Quarrels ami w ife visited the this eitv. visiting her brother, Albert Kel- fair at St. Louis. i ler. Mrs. L. lived here during the late; Mrs JUll ir:inm,, visited her .iMer ' Mrs Millard Qitinn is visiting friends ! w'ar- at Ap...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 October 1881

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY Icicles. The K. & T. 'train from the north was nearly th.ec hour. lute this morning. What i.s tilt v oung lady going to do with her motto: "God bless our uaiiv ; 1 I bread?" The employes of the Adams express company at this point were paid oil 'for last month's work to-day. A. II. KandalPs house is receiving a coat of paint, which greatly improves the appearance of the building. j Officer Masonhall, mounted on one i of Ed. Goodwin's dashing steeds, was one of the sights on 3Iain street this after- noon. The train from Pcnison, due at 10:30 o'clock this morning, will not arrive until HO p. m. A train came in from Parsons on time, however. Some scoundrel caused the driver and I conductor of the street railway consider- able trouble last night bv putting on the Track the plows belonging'to the contractor, Alderman Hickman, chairman of the street and alley committee, this afternoon ut and put to work on the streets. A good A baggageman on the south end ot the -t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 October 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1881. 7 JUST TOO FAR. r, ; r '"But I fell you, Lou, I can't afford ; it!" ' 'Uii, you stingy tiling I lou are wniinjr io nave your wire go iikc a II X 1 ' 1' I I dowd, just for the sake of a few paltry dollars :" And pretty Lou Falconer pouted her rosy lip, and turned pet- tishly away from her husband. "We are a young firm, you know, ; Lou, and t "Oh, say nothing more about it, if 4 you please. I shall never ask you for j anything again." And with a little toss ot the Head she left the room. falconer sighed, and his brow con-( ; tracted with pain as he looked atter her. i T 111 T 1 1 i j -i'oor cluld. It is so hard to fe-j iuse her anything- I He wus a pale young man, with a ance ami nmrruige, i u n, irc iuus, uie urn men predicted that he would event- ually become one of the largest cam- tahsts m B. His wite, a willful, : pretty creature, denied to be ins one weak point. Nor was she slow to'.tl earnest irrav eves : naoituanv reserved ....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 October 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1881. 8 FIRST PRIZE ONCE MORE. COMPETITORS FAIL TO SHOW UP. Our FALL PURCHASES ALL! IN. "We show beyond comparison the hand somest line of dry goods in the city, with cur usual modest prices. Special attention is directed to our fall -wraps. All the latest imported novel- , Lirb ;u uittuciwiuuwH. Two thousand five hundred vards stand- mrd prints, short lengths, at 4 cents. CURRAN & FRY 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1S81. Married. At the residence of Rev. Hunt, of th M. E. church, at Oswego, on Wednesday last, H. K. Smith and Miss Belle Waters. Miss Waters is the estimable daughter ol our townsman, L. C Waters, and Mr. - mltll is one oi me popular messengers oi the Adams exnress company between h 1 dalia and Denison. Botli have hosts ol friends here who join the Sun in wishing them all the happiness imaginable. They will make Parsons their future home Parsons Sun. Killed on the Pacific. Mrs. Fricke...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

.WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1881. NUMBER 18. VOLUME 13 SEDALIA" UNDER FALSE COLORS. fact. I think we'll venture to keep voti over nignt. nais mat vou OUR BUYER BY TELEGRAPH 1 HAVE YOU SEEN 1 he dark cloud behind which the saj( a0out eookin" V sim was setting was shot through and " "I can cook almost anything, from through with tongues of vivid flame ' a reindeer steak to an omolet; and if color. iNotaDreaui or wma stirred I can be of anv service to the voung the bare bronghs of the trees. All a(v to-morrow, I shall be onlv too about lay the fields and hills and val- Ullppv." levs that lie between Dartmoore and! ii"rn ho mndo Hotiv an pnsv how. the Exe, with comfortable looking which brought a deeper flush o her farm houses here and there in shelter- f:lir c,eP- as she announced that tea ed nooks. , was rCady. I The kitchen of the old farm house v iJ tj,110 tlP stranger had work-! was comfortable enough, however. a hj.nsplf so fiir in the .rmrl irnwo of The wood...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OC T015ER18, 1881. I - . .5200 REWARD. Mrnma:.- -AVheresK i warrant ha. heen Spsued for the :,pp:vln!iin of .Jonn Wil liams, charged with having murdered Thomas Johnson, notice i-- herein given that a reward of 200 wiL m paid to any KT-on who shall give such iut.. rotation a- shad load to the am-ivmiiMon avd see him. and collar him. We'll go 'were to be taken before a magistrate, been the real John William? sir wel snags for the blood-inonev. Burn and he learned that John Williams should have irot married nml t im m I was already safely locked up in a cell, j the small public line Thank' vou, this. So it came to pass that when the if is face was a thing to -see ; but the sir. Good-day, nr. We must hune! superintendent hastened to the hotel sergeant ou duty gloried inwardly at ' I'll have better luck next time." j where Williams was -laving, he found his chiefs discomfiture, for he had - : a large and excited crowd blocking become, aware bv this tim...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

THE SED ALIA -WEEKLY BAZOO TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 18811 A CROOKED CROWD Is What, the Officers Say, Hen ry Teropofsky is the Leader Of. Arrival of His Legal Wife and FourteenYear-Old Son in This City. He Makes Several Unsuccessful Attempts to Talk to His Mis tress, Rachael Murley. The cae of Henry Tempof-kv, the al Yged freight train robbir. was ealied in , (iiiirp f-'ihr-r'-j r'diirt. this tiiollli ny :il 1(1 . oVhick but owiii" to the absence of an V- m B . B a , - X. m w - - - . - - f . t 1 . - 1 1 ? : t..H ,.oJ,.. i 1 1 1 i ii ii v. i it kv 111 zi--.- ii ii int. rLL li - lk.irf t.hii ive in the emjdoy of the Pacific company, tinned until liJO ii)The alternoon. scat one uioumiiki persons ami e complete n ne is ten to nie a natural ueaui hi sul . " v wy.... . .ul aVcr.ifi. ,mmlH.r t,f thirtv-one iri n- I TempolskvV legal wife, who is the moth- ' in all its app.untmenls. will go to hell. A great many ap-Mate. ; Wllh "w "J .v"r dc and will proj.- (.rs f .j, afres ;ua ll(,lh C.V1.. 1 tr...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOOj f TUESDAY, -OCTOBER 18, 1881. SEDALIA BAZOO PoWjsbcr: J. "WEST GOODWIN. Terms of Subscription. BV M At L POST AG FREE. . iacludiwr Sun4Y. pe year...... ....$6 00 CuIUOBr-PCr TMTmmii Hwi;n W . 52 BJuDerper year. 1 00 " n -r. tV felirered in the city, per week - 15 yews DEALK&S iy wpplkd at 1Yi cent per copy. ibecriptM&a are payable in advance, and aed a toe ecu oi time pam lor. HOW TO SKND .MONEY. iUace imj W ttde by- draft, money ordei ereff letttcr. a ur sjc uive posiomo in full, including state and county, and j. wteniuuunjs, Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, MO. Tl'ESIUY.OlTOBER IS, 1SS1. If Davis cannot hold the senate iferel, be can .at least, hold the chair The an est of JJan:e3I at Dublin Jxiday, is the beginning of a troubled ilea? in Ireland. The Great Eastern is to be sold at atit-tiort during the next month, if not aowier disposed of by private treat'. A number of the line descendants j 2 Baron Von Sieuben have come t( , AiDeiicv for the...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

TKfi SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1881. Written for tl Sunday MornioBazoo. AN APOSTROPHE TO THE NIGHT WIND. BY KOSA I E A ISLE Hark I hark I what voices holds the wind That through the blackness sighs and moans, With euch sad- plaints from out the night, They seem. the weirdest, drearest tones. Hart thou, afar, swept o'er a sea Where mad waves wore a snowy crown? And where some ship with broken spar And all her human freight went down ? Or, hat thou mourned above the dead Of some bleak field, by carnage won ; Where brother craved a brother's life, And father bathed in blood his son. Hast thou lcen where the dull red llame Leaped gladly forth to meet thy breath ? And sliared the lurid hell that drove God's creatures to a fearful death ? Oh tell me, wind ! your ceaseless dirge Sweeps past, as if some prisoned soul With vain repining sought to rend The potent power that gave control. .! (.'hamje! change! and in thy chang bring Some soft, sweet breeze of perfect June When ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZQO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1881. . : j ; . ; . ; K - ' . i SLIPPERY SUBERS. HIS LAST JUMP. THE NEW SHOPS. ! BAD HAMILTON. ! SEVEN FELONS THE DEAD PRESIDENT. I They go into Early Decay and Sell Out their Stock of Groceries. :One of the Firm Gets Arrested for Obtaining Goods Under False Pretences. Sober Brothers A- Iluirhes, who took possession to-dav. Then came a rush of developments, and creditors. One dav last week, Geo. .Subcr. Mie ol the firm, went tot otirlnev and rol " 2. . 1 ' 1 . two felt hats. JTe said he would take them home, and if the hats suited him and his brother he would keep them. Later he sent a note to Courtney by the ne gro saving he would keep the hats. Courtney immediately sent a bill and returned the answer that he had no money. C'ourtnev then went himself and de manded the money or the goods then said the hats had been sent .. country. Subsequently Courtney made every effort to get a settlement, but failed, and to-day lie swore out a warr...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

-4 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1881. 1 t OARPIBLD AS A CHRISTIAN Wfi'at His Pastor Says of His Church Halations. . Wd.h::ir i'r. Xow Vorl; HeraM. m 1. ' Rev. Mr. Power, the pastor of the Vermont Avenue church of the Dis- ciples, of which President Garfield is a case make it a memorable church, and -put up in some suitable place a tablet or monument to the president's mem- ory. in all probability the family pew will be preserved as a relic and form a part of the accommodations for worship in the new edifice. When the progress of the injury looked more favorable and the prospects of recov- cry were bright, we thought of calling the church a memorial ,of the divine mercv in sparing the life of our broth- or christian, but if God wills otherwise we shall look-tipon the church jus a memorial of a grand life spent in the service or Ood and numamty. "How has the shooting and subse s.t,. nvanl - .1 tk-i..f I t 1 .1 .--ttlo.! ut-ui v :iuw ."." wuiir tions." I asked. "They h...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 October 1881

8 THE SEDAXiIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18v 1881. FIRST PRIZE CRICKET'S CRY. OSCE MORE. COMPETITORS FAIL TO SHOW UP. 'Til Learn Nellie a Lesson in Our Forthcoming Contest." BITTINGER, THE GIRL THAT HAD PATIENCE ' TO PRACTICE. i I i. , i rnr. t .1 t l r i mill ; j. u, a uv ; uuu ike another lesson ! See Our FALL PURCHASES ALL IN. We show beyond comparison the hand ioest line of dry goods in the 'city, with cnr usual modest prices. Special attention is directed to onr fall wraps. All the latest imported novel ties in this department. Two thousand five hundred yards stand ard prints, short lengths, at -11 cents. lium of "the only paper published tor the .never will take another lesson! S luntless courtesies, civilities and general M' J do !" This was said emphasis, le concerning public. The c. c. ; Mrs. Gordon looked out of the p. All the Arrangements Con summated for the Third and Last Race. the unknown, respectfully salutes the censuring public bows Lis grateful acknowledgments...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, MO.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1881. MBETt 16. VOLUME 13. SEDALIA Written lor tho Sunday Morning Ha.oa. FltlKM'Sim. BY J. U. Friendship, Mandinc; jpKt f egcs. BdHit.t)u.s cheat, of das one for ; 'rt.-4 and rcnonncwl by wtye : Who hrrth connwl thy changeful pags But h.nth brunrt.fd diee a lie? 7exjenrncci youth mast prove it, Andthepoisoa chalice sip: Fond delusion, how vrv luvi- it ; Hut tin trcn-hrous draught wecuvfi Turn.- to worn wood on the lip. J losir tho proud, tiiuniphrtnt chorus, V.'ru-n prosperity attends; KuIhoiih- ilatteiers fall before us, frinninj; parasites adore n All our paths arc ih: on-.-l with friends Honor's voice :o f:im fchall cai! us. Herald- sliull our deeds proehtini ; Hiit vrhci: evil days befall us, hail our xieetin; be the same ? Krit-nd-diip flirts with partly purse.. Thrives in sunshine. di- in gloon: : He viho iijw-ls with lilc's fv-iun l-.ives :U friendship shrine his iuis?"-; He who prospers, sweet j-erJuiue. Sdalia, Oct. '-'i, ISM...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

nn.v i 1 lotas' SED ALIA" "WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1881 .J 1 hall's hobby. He Can Kot HelpJMakmg- Love to ' the Widows, And Eh firaged to Marry Something' Less Than a Dozen of Them, - At the Same Time He is a Married Man With Two Wives. The History of a Widow-Maniac ' and His Victims. ! S:. -ui IVi-Ii4-it. J. The developements growing out oi the furniture-contract suit of Mrs Xrake against James E. Hall, the! Washington avenne?nuiite merchant fx-Congre-ational minister, are of a , i...w,-. Kf i.i 4a....;..i. l kJlL.lVI liJlll. II VIUU 1111 liiOll ill l. Vl i ing material for a novel of the iiie-meiure order. lestimonv as the character and credibility of e.v-miiiister is beins: gathered in course of depositions for the plaintil? and some of the most prominent - .t. . i i Ai- .1..,... T4oU'fi i o,i ti.;a .r,. .;,!, III.!. JLXU11 ili.l IIUIIUIU Initio LIU II III! his presence during tion of the custom hous ttit here as the agent Tilson. of Kockland iuteixsted with the Joixip...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

THE SEDALIA "WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1881. HOPE HELD, RYi&N, THE ROBBER. A MAD BOVINE A. GAY IiOTHAIRO. CLARK'S CALAMITY. His Motion for a New .Trial Over- Makes it Lively for the The Blandishments of a Well ! A i i For Attempting" to Burglarize San Francisco Bank. a Missouri Congressman Who Has Separated Fiom His Wife. ruled ana He is Sentenced to the "Pen." Residents of Campbell's Known Kansas City Journalist. I Addition. i 4 The trial of Jimmy Hope, the notorious I bank robtier, was ended at San Francisco ! criminal eiurt,oii Saturday last overruled n Saturday last, by his conviction of at- the motion receiiilv made by the attomevs tempted burglary in the first degree. The i ff Kvan, convicted for his participa cae has attracted much attention through-j ti0j, j tl,e Glendale train robbery, and MUt the country by reason of the prom i- j sentenced the prisoner to twenty-live nence of the prisoner, he being the leader j years in the penilentiarv. Kvan was of one of th...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

SEDALIA SED ALIA BAZOO U'ightcenyeHw has been allowed him, "NOT GUILTY" ! NUTS FOR NELLIE. FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. PuWtsher: j. west aooDWiN. J and that he may look for the niont-jj , - j . Term, of subscription. j , The fl, anTn is, i Was the Verdict of the Jury. f? Fat of Archer-y ' teme BV MAIL-POSTAC FREE. . Wlthnnf VTnr TQTriTlfl. jh and added to this is the neat little , Bwtty, ioduduig Sunday, per Tar..... mmthij witujo, per TmJy, 52 number per ycr. 2. t 77.!. 7 oc ! sura of twenty-two dollars :i month 3Mly, crfi"eid in tne city, per week Their Seats, to be Performed on Horseback. THH SLIM TEACHER. of Interest to Playgoer J How H ManaRed thc From Everywhere. . Cranberry Oulch. ,:'fdm incr the lite nf tho wnrrW ! - : All Arrangements Made fnr Oni NKWH DKAI.HRS j ; f , J(rfolnriy sappliod at 2 canit; pw copy. I i his reW2 rd would hardly come toajlll the Caee of a Couple of: More Oonteat Between the liirie. J&SE&jrjiZ Mi j bad soldier ; and accordingly we read ! WeU-Known Co...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1881. Written for tho Sunday Morning B.azod. P.OU, 'ROUND, OH, WEARY YEARS. Bolt maiad, oh, wktj years, roll round, Ycm can but dim the ca-vkci's oId. The jewels Jed does know. "Wj e:ni within tke noontide's raj, A ad turn onto the mora, But fiad theros-ia all eat wined Above the hidden thorn. It Is the pcrpdtuil fat f all. Grief binds u ..uh as olTrs, Fbt- iorr of the year? Is tbia: Time marks the heart with grT. IWA 'round, oh, vsiry Train, nil 'round. Fair hope be wrecked and lost, ihte are the earthlj thinqs of civth rnr live areU cipott tost. ud like some bird that fiuttorsin With min-drenrhed, broken wln, That lira s.ilmifie to the loach And can no longer sing. We, 13, tired out. rtorra-beatno, chill, io J lis aaia shelter fir ; A y ity out of furrow won heaven through a nigh. VJ1 'round, oh, weary 7 ruts, roil round. You am but bi lag role j ; Uusenkd bc-jond your cycle He The founts of perfect poace. FLEA BIT2S. COMK I.KT US AM....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1881. 6 THE SIR KNIGHTS. Second Day of the Eleventh Annual Session of the Grand Lodge. Interesting Addresses of Wel come and Appropriate Re sponses at.the Park. -r-M , , j t- x An Elegant Ball and Banquet Given in Their Honor Last Night. Idstj of the Beautiful Toilets - Worn on the Happy Oc casion. In the Bazoo of last evening all that liad been done by the Grand J.odgc, K. ol J. prior to their march to Sichers' park, was given, after which the following inter citing addresses of welcome and responses Tvere delivered too late for publication yesterday. On reaching the park, Mayor Crayeroft delivered the address of welcome, as fol lows : TilK ADDUR!?. Knights of Pythias, Ladies and Gentle men Tn ftlwliencc to the call of vour order of ' this city, and as one tif its municipal ofii- j cers. I am here to-day to extend to vou its I tu.mutM itu's :mtl to bid vou welcome. : It our order, m one resjeet, citv. who vou honor to-dav bv is like ou...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

THE SEDAUA WEEKIST BAZOO, TTMSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1881 1 r-7 tr "V ritten for the Sunday Morning Ba7.o6. FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. BY E. G. S. j lor doubt, now. Alas! Had the .summoned trom his bed at midnight, John Pairfax had made his will a ghastly death's head of his lost dar-1 cross and sleepy, married them in' concise document, characteristic of ling suddenly confronted him, the ap- haste; then back they went and took the man, whose clear, terse terms won parition would not have inspired the! a room at the hotel where they stayed the approval of the legal friend to j horror felt at this destruction of the till morning. Then Bessie went 2 whom it was handed. At the same chaste image his heart had cherished. home to make her peace with papa, time the latter expressed surprise at i Recognition and recoil were mu- j while Roval waited at the inn to learn ! one bequest contained therein : j tual. The unhappy wreck of a once with what success she met. ", "So many cool thousands devised , gr...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 October 1881

8 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1881. 13 FIRST PRIZE OXCE MORE. COMPETITORS FAIL TO SHOW UP. Our FALL PURCHASES! ALL IN. YTe show beyond comparison the hand somest line of dry goods in the Jcity, with nr usual modest prices.. Special attention is directed to our fall ! raps. All the latest imported novel-; ties in this department. Two thousand five hundred yards stand ard prints, short lengths, at 4 cents. & FRY 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo-, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1SSI. Icicles. Mason & Hamlin Organs, $22 to $o00 John Stakk. 10-2-lm Geu'l Ag'i. I A fourteen-vear-old granger, carrying a g"P sack something less in size than a hox car, and in a beastly state of intoxica- tion. made himself obnoxious to all at the union depot last evening. li-t Herman Klink and Geo. Dixon intend to Xll2 IJAiUU uum iiau jvnwt. do with their chickens, and where Jerome ni.t..;nn.i 1 1 1 - fittv f-oiit wMtoh z lid uter chain he was onrtin? around town vesterdav ? X O ii...

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